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comprehensive immigration reform. it's week applied by the chamber of commerce is forward.u.s. among others. it's a group founded by facebook's mark zuker berg. >> house democrats introduced their reform. we'll talk with congressman jeff denham, the first republican to join with democrats as a bill respond sore. >> president obama spoke to a room full of advocates at the white house on thursday in hopes of bringing the senate's im grayings bill back into the -- immigration bill back into the spot light. >> it doesn't make sense to have 11 million people in this country illegally an incentive to come out of the shadows, get right with the law, meet their responsibilities and permit ahead. >> the border security you economic opportunity and immigration modernisation act passed in the senate in june 27th. it's in the hands of the house. it features border security, doubling border patrol with a boost in funding and mandatory use of force training. a pathway to citizenship, establishing a 13-year pathway to citizen ship and includes security benchmark before they can get a green card. it increases
invincible's. then we will have someone from california to talk about immigration. pardon me. weekends,w, on the "book tv" is on c-span two. will be featuring helena, montana. we have local content. we go on the road and visit with cities throughout the nation and learn the literary history. you will see those segments this weekend on "book tv" and tv." here istory a portion. citiess one of the few on our preconceived the spires of the cathedral and not have people fighting with each other. cathedralres of the and minarets and not have people fighting with each other between the two places. government. people understand and appreciate what government can do and cannot do. they know what it does well and what it does not do well. we have a lot of young families and people who love to mountain bike and ski or walk on trails. they kayak in the summer. it is a very active population. the biggest of expansion of this town since the statehood in 1889 -- we have struggled over these last 10 or 15 years to maintain the quality of life in small-town feeling and intimacy that people have around
of those policies include immigration, the debt ceiling, and energy. it is moderated. [applause] >> good morning everyone. lou, thank you -- lew, thank you for your excellent remarks. thank you to both of them for their leadership. it has been outstanding for the subject matter we have before us these next few days. their insights as it applies to the business community are very valuable to all of us that are joining us today. we are off to a great start to what promises to be a gay -- great conference and agenda. thank you to all who has come great distances to be with us today. i am very pleased to announce our first panel that is entitled usa?hy select the perspectives on operating in the united states." this'll be a very informative and invaluable discussion. it is also my pleasure to introduce that moderator of this panel, an important member of president obama's white house team, valerie jarrett. a senior adviser to the president and a longtime confidant of the president. she oversees the office of andgement and affairs chairs the white house council on women and girls. she was the
of our limited english and immigrant community, in fact, all our commensurate's live in fear of did he portion and they've mistrusted the system. so this is a message i want to send by the signing of this ordinance and i'm speaking to our immigrant communities that's it's safe absolutely save to call the police if you're a victim or witness to a crime. everyone knows we need to stand against s come we also retain some local flexibility to deal with violent felons and while we compromised on that aspect of it and understood how complicated that was that perhaps we had points of view on we never lost sight of getting rid of s came. so we do what i think other government's should do we found the common ground and that's why i'm proud to be signing this ordinance. i'd like to take p the opportunity to invite supervisor avalos what it's meant to him but basing also to the rest of the city. thank you, mr. mayor. and i want to thank you for your work on this legislation. we met in early august to discuss this item and i was very impressed with how much you thought about the issue and what t
you was his background. he was on a bus. he went to immigration service. he was on a bus. he was taken to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he stepped out in front of a trick and the truck missed him. and his mother went day in and day out to check the bodies in tijuana and finally he wondered back and finally the lawyers at a c l u, made a case t . the government was unrepent ant. the best way to do is go to the place and look at the people and be a voice coming out as best y
of those include immigration and energy. it is moderated by valerie jarrett. [applause] >> good morning, everyone. secretary lew, secretary pritzker, thank you so much for your very excellent remarks. and i want to thank both of them for their leadership. they have been outstanding, particularly for the subject matter that we have before us these next two days. i know that their insights, particularly as it applies to the business community, are very valuable to all of us that are joining us today. we're off to a great start to what promises to be a great conference with a packed agenda. thanks to all of you who have come great distances to be with us today. i am very pleased to announce our first panel, which is entitled why select the usa?: perspectives on investing and operating in the united states. this is going to be a very informative and valuable discussion and it is also my pleasure to introduce the moderator of this panel, an important member of president obama's white house team, valerie jarrett is a senior advisor to the president and a long-time confidant of the president.
. >> they are breaking the law but that is not stopping illegal immigrants from cashing in on millions of your tax dollars. and they are not alone. first let's take a look at halloween pictures. that's my family right there. my husband and my two boys trick or treating. here's more of your halloween moments. [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.® a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. us, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physi
difficult years. we went totally broke. and people had basically given up on the country immigrating. so being, coming, having gone through that, which was caused by so badly mistaken government policies in terms of public spending, they spent everything. they put on huge debt. they build massive white elephants. and so they squandered a good part of our oil riches and that's what led us to that decline. >> rose: you're in the sofa business too. >> yes. we have to compete. >> rose: with carlos slim. >> he bought the government monopoly. what they call the ppt the whole thing. they had local phone, long distance phones, mobile phones, all kinds of links. everything was monopolized by the government. and this also was put to sale by salinas. and that was good. but the bad thing was they put it for sale as a monopoly. so it became from a private -- from a public monopoly it became a private monopoly. and very well run i have to say. >> rose: by carlos salinas. >> yes. they did what they had to do. and they became a hugely successful private monopoly. >> rose: are you friendly rivals. >>
times" today. republican pollster on the issue of immigration reform is talking about that and he said he worried about the republican opposition to possibly being based in racism. he said racism may be a part of it. the republican party needs to stop pandering to that, which i think is what we just saw raphael cruz doing. the republican party needs to throw in the towel on the immigration issue. >> the thing that's sort of interesting about when republicans try to recruit minorities and bring them into the fold, what they wind up doing is bring in people who sort of primarily feature -- one of the primary features is repudiation of their current group. it shows that they're pure of principle and better than other african-americans and they recruited ted cruz. initially marco rubio was the tea party guy who doesn't bring hispanic to the republican party. he goes back to hispanic and says i'll bring you conservatism until he did immigration reform. once marco rubio stepped toward immigration reform, he was seen as a trader to conservatism. ted cruz is himself a latino who says, no, i re
officers and judges. for limited english speaking and immigrant survivors who are particularly victimized we have expanded those to immigrant community and two trained first responder in the vocabulary of domestic violence and 3 provide telephone interpretation and smart phone with translation software to police officers. we'll hear a little bit about that from our famous chief. we recognize the domestic violence survivors need many different options and some don't feel comfortable users our judicious system so we have a need not of community agencies again who are slnt here we partner with in servicing survivors and their families and children. we're assuring accountability for visitor by striking e strictly auditing the program. finally, there's we'll have about that noisy be noisy with me now and persistent and we'll end not only homicides but end-all domestic violence in our city. thank you for being here today (clapping) >> thank you very much vice president. we'll hear from our critical partner police chief greg (clapping) >> thank you dr. as many speakers have mentioned and i'm g
chinese-americans. we're linked to help build railroads with many of the chinese immigrants coming to san francisco to join in the immigration station just to reach our shores. this new bridge will not be just an engineer marvel but carrying 2 hundred and 80 thousand vehicles between san francisco and the east bay each day and hundreds of thousands of bicyclists at the same time. today marks the historic part of our region but it's a long ending of a long chapter after the 1989 earthquake. just 29 years ago it took 63 lives. and we were forced to with & an accepted opportunity to build something better. in my city because of the earthquake the embark freeway is gone. now the service retrofit of today's bay bridge will insure that when the next massive earthquake hits our infrastructure will withstand that. it serves as ingenuity and it will help us. as we say thank you to the contractors and the engineers, the men and women in our labor force and their representatives and as they go on to other bridges, other transportation projects like bart extensions as we say goodbye and as their role
among them overhauling the nation's immigration system of here and in jeopardy. >>: he's gotten himself in a pickle. it doesn't mean he can't get out of it but to be talking about anything else about immigration reform in this and that, i think it's high in the sky. so can he recover. well barack obama sold to the public is like jimmy carter. i don't lie i'm truthful. and with obama care seems to be a lot of question marks and it seems to be a lot of weasel words danielle activity going on around this rollout which the allies a strong cup commander in chief. the president today trying to turn the page on a bad few weeks for the white house i'm here because i want your companies to know, i want companies around the world purchase offset to know, that i believe there is no better place in the world to do business than united state of america. what he can't ignore -- his approval rating sinking to 42 percent -- an all-time low in the new nbc wall street journal poll. and more than half of americans saying obamacare needs a major overhaul or should be totally eliminated. they'll still be pl
, immigrants, 11 million undocumented people, a lot of evangelicals have been reading the bible and saying wait a minute, how we treat them is how we treat christ himself and they take a different stance than bill is taking on immigration reform. >> if christ was on earth today, would he be treating the poor the way the conservatives do? today 48 million americans woke up with a smaller s.n.a.p. payment. would jesus treat the poor the way the conservatives have? >> well, the principle of politics, if you're a follower of jesus, is simply how we treat those who he called the least of these. i was hungry, and you cut my food stamps. i was a stranger, you didn't welcome me. i was sick, and you wanted to deny me health care. this is not what really we're looking for here. how do we talk about how to treat those who are the least of these -- one translation says those who are unimportant or seem unimportant. how we treat them is whether or not we're following jesus. that's really the test. and that kind of politics would overturn the established politics all over the place and it does if we pay atte
's the incural culture or better immigration whether it's capital willing to invest and still enough of a production, you know, platform that if we're smart in this post recession environment we'll won't go back to the economy we'll move forward. i'm bullish about this and this region is rich in small batch and boutique on up to advanced >> technology will have a role in all of that as well. if you see this company 3-d technology for example, willing regulation in his the way we looked engineering systems because you could see it. auto desk is growing rapidly in san francisco they just opened up another portion of their work on pier 9. we're all talking about advanced manufacturing >> no longer have the machines but the machines are operating with an ipad and your reading out precision cutting everybody from chocolates to clothing to manufactured products so extension is going to play a big thing in manufacturing. >> if you're joining us think on the radio we're talking about economic growth and we have ed lee mayor of san francisco and the
and tijuana, mexico. immigration enforcement soez it was packed with eight tons of marijuana and 300 pounds of cocaine. three people are now in custody. more still to come. probably. >> credit cards certainly seem like a great idea. >> they can end up costing big down the road. >> this can be a great deal but there is a lot to watch out for. you can often get on the spot approval for buy now, pay later loan. it might not have to be paid off for years. consumer reports says beware if you miss a deadline just one day, or carry a balance past the promotion period, you can get slammed with mountains of interest. doug watts saying buying his television was one of the dumbest moves he made. a nasty surprise came in the mail. the three-year period was up. >> they added $1300 in interest. on a balance of roughly $700. >> the original receipt contained loan terms he says were hard to find and unclear. but they said sed if he didn't play pai in three years he'd be charged interest on the bill, even money he'd paid. the attorney and financial expert says the terms of the deferred cards have gotten cle
weight lobbying campaign under way to push comprehensive immigration reform. it's week applied by the chamber of commerce is forward.u.s. among others. it's a group founded by facebook's m
. president of santa ana school board. lawyer. daughter of renowned immigration attorney. when she met bill lochier state attorney general at the time. 30 year age difference didn't seem to matter. >> we could talk for hours. policy things and he always had great stories. >>reporter: they married. settled in hayward and had a son. after bill became state treasurer he transferred one and a half million dollars from his company account into nadia 2010 run foral immediate county supervisor. she won the primary then spent a month in rehab. >> i started thinking, you kno know, drinking a little too much. i admitted myself. >>reporter: that's where she met a san jose construction worker dealing with his methamphetamine addiction. >> i believed that he was a genuine person when i fears met him and and made the stupid mistake of believing that i had to save him. >>reporter: after rehab nadia won election for supervisor. high point of her career. but on the personal front she tells me argument with her husband led to an affair with him and own addiction to meth. >> he introduced me to meth.
would arrive every week. it's become the city of dreams base it's the place that immigrants can afford to live and one-hundred plus languages are spoken here. in many ways this bridge was a dream of some people. and like most things in oakland it has not been easy. we have very difficult political and economic and other hurdles h that when we ail come tooth are not the results beautiful. isn't it really beautiful? so he texted the other mayor of oakland governor brown today and said we're sorry you're not here. for many of you who follow the fights he said he had an elegant view for this bridge. i know he had help from his brother they got it done and we have a bridge we can walk on today interest that he the bridge bridges our bridge bridges the economy and it's the symbol of what government can do. but the great structures mayor brown told me make sure you build things but this is really not only going to be the core of much of our transportation and commerce in the bay area but i believe a symbol. i was teasing a negotiation times reporter he picked the best place to come to. i'm ho
to use his influence to tackle controversial issues, including the need for better immigration policies to help the agricultural industry. according to the labor department, the u.s. had 1.4 million crop workers between 2007 and 2009, 26% of them were migrant workers. >> we have farm thaers are going out of business because they need. >> is for my viewers who say we have upward of 10 million unemployment people in america, can't they be those workers? >> that's is the easiest myth to debunk. you advertise, and you might have three americans show up with 100 other people that show up. >> why is that? >> go out into the watermelon fields or strawberry fields of yuma, arizona. you and i wouldn't last ten minutes. the heat and physical labor is unbelievable. our foundation did a study, and we found that anybody in arizona can earn as much money from the state and federal government being unemployed as they can working in the field. >> buffet also worries about americans who seem to be disconnected from their foot roots. he uses tower hill. 12 minutes away from his farm as an example. >> tho
as a direct reflection of eu policy. immigration from islamic countries is essentially undermining... wallander: excuse me. what is it? we know anna westin met jannek langås at this church. he burned himself to death last night. were you involved with a group that supports him? did you give him money? i run an outreach group. i help people like jannek, i don't finance them. when did you last see anna westin? when? she came back here a couple of months ago. i hadn't seen her for a while. why did she come back? she wanted me to join a group. they had a retreat somewhere in the forest. join them and do what? make a stand. what does that mean, make some sort of stand? i don't know. she just left. look... nobody joins a cult. nobody joins something that they think is going to hurt them, or anyone else. you join something with people that you really like. people you believe in. (phone rings) don't you? anna? anna: kurt? will you come and see me... please? where are you? (door squeaking) anna? are you okay? yeah. where are the others? it's just me now. i met jannek at the outreach group.
, the debate on comprehensive immigration is back in congress but no matter what happens it may be too late to stop the salsa tsunami. because i saw this on "good morning america" monday morning, america, and it was not good. jim? >> for the first time ever, g.m.a. and the number-one latino morning show joining forces for an unprecedented live television event! we're swapping with univision's "despierta america". >> stephen: wow, i had no idea g.m.a. was that despierta for viewers. (laughter) folks, this brings us to threat number two-- undocumented network jumpers. (laughter) i mean, is nothing sacred? they gave the g.m.a. logo one of those mexclamation points. folks, i love skwrao *epl nay sh that i once cohosted it. it was the happiest time of my life. (laughter) and associate it had joy we all feel watching the gang with spanish speaking is a threat to my latino rage. for years now i've been able to stereotype the rising tide of rice and beans as parasitic barbarians coming to take our jobs. but now the so-called american broadcasting company has challenged my prejudices with sensitive
on comprehensive immigration reform . in 2011 he issued an executive order to halt deportations of hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants. he cannot get anything done on gun-control. twenty-three executive orders trying to tighten gun laws. he can't get server security legislation through either. he used an executive order to establish new cyber security standards and has not done bynum anything on education in this country except issue an executive order. he refused to do anything on entitlement reform, so he issued an executive action getting the federal requirements for welfare perigee cannot get anything done so far on climate change. he is issuing a new task force on climate change. this is the language of government. the task force on, unpreparedness and resilience. with a title like that it has to be better than doing anything about the issue. joining us now, the "a-team," national review columnist, former hillary clinton adviser, co-founder of define american, fox news contributor. weekly standard executive editor do you see this as a stalking horse? you don't have thi
for health care. and congressman jeff talking about immigration reform and why he'll join democrats in cosponsoring a plan that give mlts of unauthorized immigrants to obtain citizenship. plus your e-mails, calls, and tweets. live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >>> friday a look at the role of the international atomic energy agency with iaea chief speaking at the event host bid the wilson center. live coverage at 11: 30 a.m. eastern on c-span. >>> this painting was originally painted as my grandmother's official white house portrait. in the 1960s, lady bird johnson went looking for portraits of first ladies to hang to rehang in the white house. she thought that was important. and she looked high and low and couldn't find my grandma's official portrait and called my grandmother. he said do you know where the painting is? my grandma said, yeah, it's on my wall. mrs. johnson said, said you shouldn't have that it belongs in the white house. my grandmother said no. it's on my painting. it's on my wall it's going stay. i think she tried a couple of times. watch our program on our first l
to sign up for healthcare. and then california congressman jeff denham talks about immigration reform and why he will join democrats in co-sponsoring a plan to give immigrants the chance to attain citizenship plus your emails, phone calls an tweets. ive at 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> john foster dulles had recently died when that airport was being recently built and president eisenhower announced it would be named dulles airport. after kennedy took over, he did not want to name it after him. finally the decision was made to name it after dulles. you can still see the film clip of kennedy opening the airport with eisenhower there and alan dulles there and he pulls back the curtain and behind the curtain is this giant bust of john foster dulles and that stands in the middle of this big airport. i went to see it while i was writing this book and i could no not find. i started asking the security guards where is the big bust of dulles. nobody had even heard of it. it was a long process and thanks to the airport authority, i discovered that the bust had been taken away from the middle of th
'll not firmly to me perry >> this vietnamese in immigrant who turned to the mix of red jalapeno peppers, garlic, salt, and vinegar into a multibillion-dollar global brand he says the plant which was chosen to be built here by the city of or when they'll cost $40 million and has estate of the arctic air filters, even taking media to the roof to prove it. >> at all to its harbor is and chile grinding time-- truck load after truck load of hot peppers brought it over a three month period. in the last week that air quality department has logged 11 complaints in said an inspector finding no smells no ballet shoes at the plant. while srirach smells no ballet shoes at the p[ male announcer ]h the founder of mercedes-benz once wrote something on a sheet of paper ♪ the challenge always accepted. and the calling forever answered. ♪ introducing the all-new 2014 s-class. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. in the hands of a judge. clear skies all around the bay area at this hour. alliant at we want to stay mostly clear tonight and the storm trackers shows a storm will pass to the north and we will not s
school board. lawyer. daughter of renowned immigration attorney. when she met bill lochier state attorney general at the time. 30 year age difference didn't seem to matter. >> we could talk for hours. policy things and he always had great stories. >>reporter: they married. settled in hayward and had a son. after bill became state treasurer he transferred one and a half million dollars from his company account into nadia 2010 run foral immediate county supervisor. she won the primary then spent a month in rehab. >> i started thinking, you kno know, drinking a little too much. i admitted myself. >>reporter: that's where she met a san jose construction worker dealing with his methamphetamine addiction. >> i believed that he was a genuine person when i fears met him and and made the stupid mistake of believing that i had to save him. >>reporter: after rehab nadia won election for supervisor. high point of her career. but on the personal front she tells me argument with her husband led to an affair with him and own addiction to meth. >> he introduced me to meth. s i was an el
board. lawyer. daughter of renowned immigration attorney. when she met bill lochier state attorney general at the time. 30 year age difference didn't seem to matter. >> we could talk for hours. policy things and he always had great stories. >>reporter: they married. settled in hayward and had a son. after bill became state treasurer he transferred one and a half million dollars from his company account into nadia 2010 run foral immediate county supervisor. she won the primary then spent a month in rehab. >> i started thinking, you kno know, drinking a little too much. i admitted myself. >>reporter: that's where she met a san jose construction worker dealing with his methamphetamine addiction. >> i believed that he was a genuine person when i fears met him and and made the stupid mistake of believing that i had to save him. >>reporter: after rehab nadia won election for supervisor. high point of her career. but on the personal front she tells me argument with her husband led to an affair with him and own addiction to meth. >> he introduced me to meth. s i was an elected off
now also for use in one sense the whole region is full of immigrants of the night owl or police or eighties in gadget and it is wrong. t t then about two days of leave all. also you must be. sold this world the eu has pledged to give an additional thirty million euros for the ability to build more shelters for the refugees but it's unlikely this will help create new jobs to ease the flow of remembrance altogether. people just off rt world. there was plenty on our website including an explosive announcement pentagon officials say they'll need billions of dollars to america's nuclear arsenals up to date and out of danger. dressed to impress the world's most beautiful women put their natural gifts under the hammer in a charity auction in moscow at rt. all the us justice system maybe after edward snowed in the former nsa contractor might very well be the first to make a legal strike through the german inquiry she's caring guru scott explains. according to the member of the german learning edwards noted is so willing to come to germany and testify against him and say of course that i
the increasing revenue think you get to immigrate to urban area. it also helped get the country's urbanization process. and finally me point out the computer and a huge amount of limited property houses in china in particular is unrealistic to dismantle them to to hide the burqa over twenty two countries that i'm optimistic about legalizing their property top of it all. her blonde legalizing illegal houses like ice china's milk the protective glass. and on the surface of the limited property houses are again grandma. but the deeper problem here. this kind of residential property which troubled the country's milk a pregnant teen. did point out the current housing prices include a certain other when premiums an option the reason they are still much cheaper and legal properties that collectively owned land cannot be put up for auction. did a statistical data from the all china federation of industry commerce. it shows that from nineteen ninety five it doesn't end there over seven hundred sixty million square meters forty point two billion square feet and with their property houses being built. th
, and then congressman jeff denham talks about immigration reform and why he will join democrats in cosponsoring a plan that will give millions of unauthorized immigrants the chance to obtain citizenship. >> this is a tough time for in a say where everyone says what are you doing or why are you doing it. actuallyet together we say it is much more important that we defendy this nation and take the beatings than it is to give up this program that would result in this nation being attacked. we would rather be here in front of you today telling you why we thended these programs giving them up and having our nation and our allies being attacked and people killed. >> intelligence officials defend the nsa surveillance program at an intelligence hearing. sunday, your comments .or kitty kelly that is at noon on book tv. tv,on american history remembering john f. kennedy. accounts of kennedy possis assassination. kennedy's assassination. >> this was originally painted as my grandmother's official white house orchard. in the 1960s lady bird johnson went looking for portraits of first ladies to rehabbing in the wh
, infrastructure and education. second, congress should finish comprehensive immigration reform and send a bill to the president for his signature. the senate has already passed bipartisan legislation and it's awaiting passage in the house of representatives. this immigration legislation would strengthen our borders, chart a path to earned citizenship and increase economic growth by more than $1 trillion. it drives growth by attracting highly skilled scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to our country. it will bring greater investment in the united states from beyond our shores, create new job opportunities, ignite new consumer demand and spark business activity. it would do all of this while increasing payroll tax revenue that would reduce our deficit and put social security and medicare in a more stable footing. another bipartisan bill that can strengthen our economy is the farm bill. bipartisan legislation that's passed the senate is designed to protect america's farmers, ranchers and provide a safety net for america's most vulnerable children. the farm bill conferees have an opportunity
term priorities - chief among them overhauling the nation's immigration system -- appear in jeopardy. >> he's got himself in a pickle here. it does not mean he can't get out of it, but to be talking about anything else now like 'we'll do immigration reform' and this and that, i think it's pie in the sky. >> so can he recover? >> there's a question of competence going on now. i mean, what barack obama sold to the public was like jimmy carter - 'i don't tell a lie. i'm truthful'. in this obamacare rollout there seem to be a lot of question marks everywhere. and there seems to be a lot of weasel words - a kind of mealy mouthed activity going around this rollout now, which belies a strong commander in chief. r >> brinkley says making sure obamacare works has to be priority number one. the administration announced yesterday that google and oracle are among the companies contributing dozens of computer engineers and programmers to the tech surge working to fix healthcare-dot-gov. >> when we return we will >> when we return we will have dine [son] all right,she has no idea. [man] no one tol
you were a senator. many immigrants know that the american dream is not restricted to those born in america. go to miami, chicago, san francisco, any major city in america, you will find a community that speaks your language and understand your culture and welcomes diversity and can serve as an anchor for your next venture. it is not just the big cities. you heard it from secretary pritzker and president obama. success stories. and upstate new york. singapore companies extending their supply chain to texas. german multinationals creating jobs in small towns in kentucky. ohio.ing in suburban south african energy firms investing in southwest louisiana . that is not in the future, that is now. there is no question that the united states is lucky to be bestto offer the world's climate today. made it clear that we are going to work at it even harder. it is about the future. we will refuse to sit still. a world is getting more competitive, but so are we. chases capital. i'm confident we will continue to get stronger and be more effective. reason why.s a big as you heard yesterday and d
. >> illegal immigrants. >> no. >> you guys wouldn't offer insurance to them anyway. >> not true. >> juan, the whole thing is a lie. you're justifying a lie tonight. >> oh, i'm not. come on. >> this is a lie to the american people and you are justifying it. >> i said he misled the american people. you heard it loud and clear. but that's not the whole picture. the whole picture is improving health care for us all. >> wen you say misled don't you mean lied? >> it's not improving health care for us. it's hurting health care. nobody talks about the quality of care. >> unbelievable. >> this is a tragedy. >> how about heritage? mitt romney? >> what about it? >> they put the plan on the table and you're cursing it out. >> wrong. it's not the same plan. we have to go. >> if you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, period. >> as we have been telling you the biggest lie of them all is now coming back to haunt the administration. one republican lawmaker is putting forth legislation that if you like your plan you can keep your plan. he want it is president to ma
of a cosmopolitan, urban way of life. the city's fame became a magnet, drawing immigrants from throughout mesoamerica. excavations in one of the compounds is now revealing that the people who once lived here were traders and merchants from other cities. michael spence is directing the excavation. he has just found some pottery in one of the ruins. spence: it's painted here. you can see that there's red paint over most of the interior except up along the rim. there's a little bit up there, too. it's going to be very delicate, very fragile. and i'll try and reassemble it and see if there's any sort of a design on it, or if it's just a solid red. we've been picking up pottery from all over the fields. and in examining the pottery, we saw that a high proportion of it was foreign to the city. and we knew from the work of others that it came from the oaxacan area. it turns out that actually it was produced here. the people moved here, but they continued to make pottery in their home tradition. keach: the pottery indicates that this compound may have been occupied by traders from far-off monte a
's immigration, people know i think in a sense with both sides they came here to get something done. there may be others that did not. i think there many of us who get it. the public is saying stop this. cut it out. we want you to stop and get things done. that's what this is about. i can't think of anything that would impact more people right now to improving quality of life than to pass the mental health act that touches every single family in the united states. >> senator blunt, i want to put up a poll number that we had overall. that is, is it working well? 6% say it is. it needs minor modifications and 28% should be eliminated and 24%. i want to focus on the fact that we have 66% of the respondents want major or minor fixes to the law. they don't want it repealed. where are ow this? are you somebody who said maybe it's time for republican fist they don't like the law to offer up ways to fix it? >> i think the major or minor fixes means we have a good health care system that was not working perfectly that could have been and needed to be changed. that is the major fixes to the law. how do
-year-old activist surrender to u.s. immigration authorities as part of a protest calling for reform and a halt to record deportations has been deported to mexico. rocio hernandez perez was brought to the united states by her parents at the age of four. she was one of the so-called dream 30 who crossed into laredo, texas in september. the dream 30 took action after another group of young people, the dream 9, made a similar crossing an arizona in july. the dream 9 were released and cleared an initial hurdle to receive asylum, but a number of the dream theater remain at attention. detention. the agency arrested roughly 420,000 people in the most recent fiscal year, a 15% increase from last year. ky hasaffiti artist bans wrapped up a month-long residency in new york city. art on the city streets has included a moving slaughterhouse delivery truck loaded with squealing stuffed animals, a war-related mural set audio from the "collateral murder" video of u.s. helicopter attack on civilians and a statue of ronald mcdonald having his shoe polish my love actor. a thrift store painting that he modified a
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